Libyan military vehicles are pictured at a checkpoint in Wadi Bey, west of the Islamic State-held city of Sirte, February 23, 2016. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny
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All sides in Libya's chaotic conflict are likely guilty of war crimes, including torturing, raping and executing prisoners, the U.N. said Thursday, urging the world to do more to bring the perpetrators to justice.A report released Thursday documenting abuses committed in Libya between 2014 and 2015 warned the situation had deteriorated dramatically during that period.The six-member investigation team behind the report was only able to visit Libya briefly during their year-long probe due to the dire security situation in Libya but conducted interviews with more than 200 victims and witnesses.Thursday's report called on the Security Council to list the "individuals responsible for violations or abuses" and slap them with sanctions.
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